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West Wins Division I Game Over East 26-12

Special Thanks To The Hutchinson News Written By Vance Janek BELOIT — Pretty Prairie football coach CT Young knew before Saturday’s Eight-Man Division I All-Star game that Hunter Pittman and Daniel Kreh­biel are special athletes. Young, the West Squad coach, saw all week in prac­tice just how good the two former Bulldogs were. They backed it up Satur­day against the ...

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Randolph Resident Wins 5,000 Bucks – Now Trying for Truck

TOPEKA, KAN. – According to Melody Pfaff, she enjoys playing Bonus Crossword instant scratch tickets and scratch tickets that have a second-chance drawing. Last month, when she saw the $5 Truck & Bucks game, she decided to purchase four tickets. On the very last ticket she scratched, the Randolph resident revealed a $5,000 cash prize. “I took my tickets home ...

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2011 Kansas 8-Man All-Star Game-Division II West Selections

The Kansas 8-Man All-Star Football Game Selections for the Division II West Squad. Kaleb Keltz – Cheylin Rilee Spresser – Golden Plains Dillon Kuhn – Victoria Devin Ritter – Golden Plains Zack Krug – Natoma Mark Pakkebier – Logan Dominic Trapp – Otis-Bison Ervin Swonger – Ashland Ben Fox – Ashland Cosme Estrada – Fowler Adrian Garcia – Cheylin Mike ...

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Raider Classic Postponement Schedule

Due to the winter weather, all games at the Nemaha Valley Raider Classic for Thursday, January 20th have been postponed until Friday, January 21st. Here is the game schedule. Classic Country 1570 KNDY-AM will broadcast live the 5:00 PM Jackson Heights vs. Marysville contest. You can also stream that game live at http://www.kndyradio.com. 3:30 p.m. Horton vs. Troy 5 p.m. ...

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Mule possibly killed by pack of coyotes

On 11/03/2010 the Gage County Sheriff’s Office responded to an animal complaint at 10964 W. Scott Rd. Upon arrival Deputies examined the remains of a mule that appeared to have fallen victim to coyotes. The Gage County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind rural residents to please keep a watchful eye on your smaller pets especially at night and keep ...

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